Wilshere willing to play in ‘Italy, Spain or anywhere’ in bid to save career after being told time at West Ham is over

JACK WILSHERE has thrown the door open to a move abroad.

The 28-year-old looks set to leave West Ham after boss David Moyes made it clear the midfielder is not part of his plans.

Italian side Genoa are one of those believed to be chasing the England international.

And the injury-hit ex-Arsenal star, who has played just 837 minutes in two seasons with the Hammers, is open-minded about his next club.

Wilshere told The Times: “I just want to play games and get back to the level whether that's at West Ham or somewhere else, different country, a different culture maybe.

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“I still feel like I've got something to give whether that will be in England, in Italy, Spain or anywhere.

“I want to prove people wrong and most of all for myself to see if I can get myself to a high level again.

“I want to show people what I can do. Any footballer that says he's happy being on the bench is lying. I want to play.

“I want to get a run of games, 15-20 games which I still think I can do and have an influence on games and get that confidence back.”

Wilshere won 34 caps for his country, with the last coming at Euro 2016.

But he still has huge hopes of resurrecting his international career.

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Wilshere added: “I'd like to still think the door would be open.

“England should be picked on form and players that are doing well.

“It's down to me to do well, get back playing first of all and then get a run of games and start doing well again. I do believe I can do that.”

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